The Whitefish School District is asking community members for input on what offerings they’d like to see from the adult education program.
David Donaldson, the district’s new coordinator for the program, has put together a brief, seven-question survey for Whitefish residents.
The survey asks residents about the kinds of offerings they’d like to see, as well as what kind of skills they could possibly teach to other members of this community.
“Through this survey, we seek to discover the community’s interests and desires for educational opportunities as well as identifying those among us with a desire to teach, sharing your passion and expertise with other adult learners,” he said. “Fly fishing, photography, cooking, art, personal growth, computer literacy, bicycle maintenance, composting, home gardening, computer security, foreign languages, and creative writing are all examples of what we can offer if you are willing to teach it.”
The survey is available online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TGP9HNX.